Today I write to myself (and others?) about how a group of people cannot agree on anything. For my chemistry lab, or CHEM 111, we were each able to pick out our partners before the professor would select for us. I picked the one who should not be named. OWSNBN was a male who I barely knew, we only shared one class together from the last semester. He's the same age as me, but his advisor set him back a couple of maths and sciences (which in my personal opinion is 1. A way to get money sucked from OWSNBN's wallet, and 2. shows how smart the young man is). I mean this guy is the same Chem Lab as me! It's ridiculous and his personality reflects that. I care about him I do, but he's one of those guys who isn't really a true friend.
On the same note, we developed an agreement on who would alternate on the lab write-ups, the unfun part of any chemistry lab. In total, we only have to write like six of these for the whole semester and we're on the second topic. I wrote up the first lab about titration, and practically did all the math. He comes in the day before its due, and says "Yeah, I got those numbers too." Typical, sooo gosh darn typical. OWSNBN now asks me today in MATH 97 (a study group AKA get homework done class) "Do you want to meet up and finish the lab?" I respond "No because I have to pick up my sister's at [insert school here] and go straight home." I promised I would help him to reinforce his answers he got through text messaging. I'm even in the process of checking the math right now, but he is supposed to be formally writing it up on the word document.
This type of dependence is one I hate. I never trusted the guy in the first place, mainly because his mind is set back a year or two. You can just see that person's face not doing the thing you need to get done, and I HATE taking matters into my own hands. He's probably doing everything to avoid it, so we can fail. We had a deal. I guess you can't depend on anyone as much as you trust them. That is the lesson of today. Well time to open a can of whoop ass on OWSNBN.